"What in TAR-nation is that racket?!-Yer scarin' my cows!!", the irate farmer said. A tortured, wailing sonic force was stampeding the beasts from fence to fence in the quiet, pastoral hills of West Virginia. The then teenaged Dan Lively had only wished to crank up his amp to full volume, and thought that outside no one would be bothered. I guess they couldn't just put their hooves on their ears, could they? Today his bombastic statements defy many misconceptions of rural life,... Topic: Dan Lively
Trills returns to Archaic Horizon with his latest work, "Fetal Discoveries". This time, Jonathan Jindra offers thematic imagery rendered through his energetic and unmistakable style. Fluorescent sonics create alluring and vivid impressions. Guided by iridescent synths swirling about an incandescing playground of beats, we are induced into the sonic narrative that is "Fetal Discoveries". Narrated by harmonious melodies and the sounds of psychedelic experimentation, this album... Topics: lively, playful, thematic
In our text, Peter sets forth a picture of the believer, the church, and the ministry. He shows us what the nature of the church is, and what the functions of the church should be. He describes The Stone that the builder rejected (Jesus) as being the cornerstone of all that God is doing in the world. Peter equates us to living stones who are built into a spiritual construction. By it self, a stone has little value. But, when assembled together, many stones can be fitted together to make a... Topics: Stones, Lively Stones, Builder, Bridges
The guys sit down, with "Accepted" in the background to discuss Katie Morgan sex facts whilst drooling over Blake Lively, and being sprayed with pine scent. Oh, and we a have a contest! Listen for instructions. Topics: blake lively, accepted, katie morgan, columbus, denison
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This audio is from the November 17, RezEd sponsored mini-conference event in the virtual world of Second Life. It featured a panel discussion with leading practitioners and researchers studying virtual worlds and learning, including: * Lori Bell, Alliance Library System / Info Island * Ryan Clemmens, Arizona State * Patty Purcell, Bel Aire Elementary School * Barry Joseph, Global Kids (moderator) Topics: Second Life, SL, virtual worlds, lively, google, dizzywood, education, teens
To see the transcribed text with images (if possible) use the FB2 version. The scene opens with one of the many North Sea fishing fleets at work on its grounds. One of the boats is commanded by a man who is called the Admiral of the fleet. He commands the other boats as to when and where they are to start working with their trawl nets, for if such control were not imposed there would be chaos, with a hundred or more boats crossing each other's paths and consequently entangling their nets. After... Topics: Athelstane, Ballantyne, Lively, Poll, pdf, djvu, prc, fb2
Occupy the Airwaves Covering the local, national and global Occupy Movement. 103.3FM WXOJ-LP Northampton, MA Community Radio - Run by the Community www.valleyfreeradio.org occupytheairwaves.wordpress.com / occupy (at) valleyfreeradio (dot) Charles Wilhite Trial, and the suit against Scott Lively, Abiding Church Minstry Topics: occupy, wall street, valley free radio, airwaves, Wilhite, Lively
This time around we’re delighted to present a release brimming with optimistic vibes. Michaël Bijker’s *Ways to Travel* takes us on a rolling, lucid adventure through immersive worldly atmospheres. This is a welcome, uplifting addition that beautifully sets us up for the coming summer. Setting the stage for the sonics to come, “Clear Mind Motions” aptly begins our adventurous travels with a calming arpeggio that alleviates any prevailing anxieties. Surrounded by sparkling cymbals,... Topics: feel-good, joyful, lively, flowing, fluid, immersive, laid-back, gentle, calm, humanistic,...
Dave Vescio is an actor who has found a bit of a niche in the horror industry. With several movies that look pretty fantastic coming out soon, including the star-studded film HICK, he has a lot of interesting things to say about the horror genre and his approach to the business as a late-starter actor. Jackie Goldstein interviews Dave Vescio for the Artsy Fartsy Show Web-exclusive. For more information about the Artsy Fartsy Show visit http://artsyfartsyshow.com. Topics: Hick, Blake Lively, Halloween, Horror Film, Dave Vescio, Niche Acting, late-starter acting
It's Episode 17 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog. This week the return of the elder Fanning sister prompts thoughts on cancer films when we discuss the tearjerking "Now Is Good," but don't be surprised if we want it putting out of its misery. It Girl Jennifer Lawrence is back from her Hunger Games triumph with teen thriller "House At The End of the Street," while former... Topics: jennifer lawrence, brad pitt, killing them softly, savages, blake lively, oliver stone, dakota...
A young woman, born at the turn of 20th century, is rendered ageless after an accident. After years of a solitary life, she meets a man who might be worth losing her immortality. Topic: The Age Of Adaline Official Trailer 1 ( 2015) Blake Lively Harrison Ford
I like the fact that the Boiler house was created with a lively Asian influenced restaurant and noodle bar, using steam as a motif to reflect the significant linkages to the former industrial history of the building, maintaining an appreciation of the extensive heritage values of the site. I am Asian and that makes me proud, and that is one of the reasons why I love the Boilerhouse. This place is simply amazing; their Australian cuisine is beyond compare. Still not convinced yet? How... Topic: Tai Woo Ltd Group Review An Australian cuisine with a lively Asian influenced restaurant
Because of changes in the bases of financial support for graduate education, in supply-demand and placement factors, and in student selection of major fields, increased surveillance and even guidelines and restrictions on the creation, accreditation, and support of new doctoral programs have become justified. Some have proposed to limit Ph.D. production to 50, 75, or 100 of the older, more prestigious institutions of higher education. This would have the potential of stifling the intellectual... Topics: ERIC Archive, Accreditation (Institutions), Doctoral Programs, Educational Quality, Graduate Study,...
Tyler Fauvelle Interview (October 1st, 2011) www.creativecasts.ca http://radiocrater.wordpress.com/ While visiting areas across the region as part of my trip to the 2011 Sudbury Studio Tour, organized by the Sudbury Crafts and Arts Foundation (SCARF), I visited the new studio of Lively Sculptor Tyler Fauvelle. Tyler's work takes inspiration from his Canadian heritage, specializing in sculptures that reflect and pay tribute to the people of the north and to the rich wildlife of Canada. His... Topics: bronze, Lively,sculpture, wildlife,mining,canada,heritage, interview, tyler fauvelle, sculptor
What happens if you suddenly stopped aging? That's to premise of the romance movie "The Age of Adeline." This film explores the consequences of such a life altering change, and we at Popcorn explored our opinions on this neatly packaged movie.We love to hear from our listeners! You can follow us on:Website: www.popcornfanfilmreviews.weebly.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/popcornfanfilmreviewsTwitter: @popcornfans*Sound clips belong to their respective creators. Popcorn makes no claim... Topics: age of adaline, film, movie, blake lively, harrison ford, review, popcorn, popcorn film reviewers,...